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Adolescents in the Internet age

Paris Strom

Adolescents in the Internet age

by Paris Strom

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Published by Information Age Pub. in Charlotte, NC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Internet in education -- United States,
  • Computer-assisted instruction -- United States,
  • Teacher-student relationships -- United States,
  • Internet and children -- United States,
  • Internet and teenagers -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Paris Strom and Robert D. Strom.
    SeriesLifespan learning
    ContributionsStrom, Robert D.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1044.87 .S847 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23212739M
    ISBN 109781607521181, 9781607521198
    LC Control Number2009014749

    This book introduces a new set of core topics to reflect current conditions of the adolescent environment instead of life in yesterday's world. The discussion shows how the Internet can be used to practice skills needed for learning and working in the future. Visual intelligence and . This is the first book to thoroughly examine how early and easy access to the Internet and digital technologies impacts children and adolescents. Experts in the field examine the research that shows the social, cognitive, developmental, and academic problems that can result when children spend excessive time in front of : $

    Adolescents and young adults have the highest rates of several STIs when compared with any other age group. Adolescents are at greater risk of STIs because they frequently have unprotected intercourse, may be more susceptible biologically to infection, often are engaged in multiple sequential monogamous partnerships of varying durations, and face several potential obstacles in accessing health. The tools of communication technology have transformed socialization and education of adolescents. Most teenagers prefer the Internet as the main source of learning. This book shows how the Internet can be used to practice skills needed for learning and working in the future.

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Adolescents in the Internet age by Paris Strom Download PDF EPUB FB2

Teaching adolescents and learning from them is the paradigm elaborated throughout this second edition of Adolescents in the Internet Age. The premise is based upon four assumptions: (1) Adolescents have unique experiences that qualify them as the most credible source on what growing up is like in the current environment; (2) Adolescents are.

Adolescents in the Internet Age is not just another book about cyberbullying - far from it. However, this provides a comprehensive "framework" of who modern adolescents are and how they think and feel which puts cyberbullying into perspective in the Internet age. In an engaging, easy-to-read format, Strom and Strom explore the four adolescent Reviews: 2.

Adolescents in the Internet Age. By: Paris S. Strom, Auburn University Robert D. Strom, Arizona State University A volume in the series: Lifespan (s): Paris S.

Strom, Auburn D. Strom, Arizona State University. Published The tools of communication technology have transformed socialization and education of adolescents. Get this from a library. Adolescents in the Internet age. [Paris Strom; Robert D Strom] -- The tools of communication technology have transformed socialization and education of adolescents.

They are the first generation to be growing up with the Internet, cell phones, iPods, computers. Adolescents in the Internet Age book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A volume in Lifespan LearningSeries Editors Paris S. Strom 3/5. In the Internet age, parents have a responsibility to help their adolescent manage a healthy mix of online and offline life.

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Teaching adolescents and learning from them is the paradigm elaborated throughout this second edition of Adolescents in the Internet Age. The premise is based upon four assumptions: (1) Adolescents have unique experiences that qualify them as the most credible source on what growing up is like in the current environment; (2) Adolescents are more competent than many adults with tools of Brand: Information Age Publishing.

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Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Information Age Publishing. In the Internet age, all adolescents (and adults) are "drop-outs" to some degree. For more about parenting adolescents, see my book, “SURVIVING YOUR. Although access to the Internet in U.S.

and U.K. schools is almost universal, home Internet access is not. Large proportions of U.S. adolescents still do not use the Internet at all, and while there is no longer a gender gap, men use it more for commercial transactions, and women for social connections.

The digital divide between those who do and do not have access could exacerbate. The Internet’s permeation into daily life has profoundly changed the practice of psychiatry with adolescents, who mobilize online social media and related technologies in their efforts to develop identity and “hang out” with peers.

Technology offers both challenges and opportunities to mental health professionals working with by: Adolescents In The Internet Age | A volume in Lifespan Learning Series Editors Paris S.

Strom, Auburn University and Robert D. Strom, Arizona State University Teaching adolescents and learning from them is the paradigm elaborated throughout this second edition of Adolescents in the Internet Age. Recent data showed that while 68% of 11 to 14 year-olds and 77% of 15 to 17 year-olds use the internet, 14 internet usage among 18 to 42 year-olds is above 90%, and usage rate does not drop sharply until the age of 32 Therefore the role of other adolescence-specific propensities needs to be explored in future studies, including sensation Cited by:   Adolescents in the Internet Age by Paris S.

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This book introduces a new set of core topics to reflect current conditions of the adolescent environment instead of life in yesterday's world.

The discussion shows how the Internet can be used to practice skills needed for learning and working in the future. Teaching adolescents and learning from them is the paradigm elaborated throughout this second edition of Adolescents in the Internet Age.

The premise is based upon four assumptions: (1) Adolescents have unique experiences that qualify them as the most credible source on what growing up is like in the current environment; (2) Adolescents are more competent than many adults with tools of. Internet Addiction in Age and severity of Internet addiction as.

shown by lower and upper secondary school students. Curre nt Problems of. Psychiatry, 11 (1). Introduction. The Internet has become an important tool for many people with health concerns [1,2], especially for adolescents [3,4].Concerns about confidentiality, coupled with the fact that many teenagers find accessing care through traditional providers difficult [], make access to information via the Internet particularly rapidly-expanding Internet access among young people.Adolescents in the Internet Age, Paris S.

Strom, Robert D. Strom, Information age publishing. Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en 1 jour ou en magasin avec -5% de réduction.Assessment of Use/Abuse of Internet, considering Adolescents’ Sex and Age Group. We carried out univariate analysis of variance (ANOVA) to verify differences in Internet use/abuse in adolescence, on the basis of sex and age group.

Results show that girls had higher scores than boys (;).Cited by: 7.